REVIEW: Colorbar Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner

Easy Winged Eyeliner Tutorial

Hello everyone! Today’s post is going to be a straightforward eyeliner tutorial, that will help you achieve those perfect cat eyes. πŸ±πŸ‘€

For this tutorial I will be using a liquid eyeliner, however you can use any medium of eyeliner and the result will still be the same.

The eyeliner that I will be using is the Colorbar Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner, which looks like this:


Let’s get started:

Step 1:-


Start of with a fresh, clean face, which is well moisturised (and smiling of course). πŸ™Œ

I do not prime my eyelids. I find that this particular eyeliner lasts long and doesn’t require a primer. However you can use your discretion and do so if you like.

Step 2:-


Draw a thin line following the natural shape of your eyes closest to your lash line.

The key to getting a thin even line is by ensuring you do not have any excess product on your applicator. πŸ’…

Another tip is to place your little finger on your cheek when drawing the line. Some people ignore this, but this ensures that your hand remains stable and you get an even line.

Step 3:-


Now for the wing. Press the length of the brush against your skin following your lower waterline.

The correct way to follow your waterline is by tilting your head downwards, so that your wing is more dramatic and obvious, as compared to just looking straight. πŸ‘©β¬‡

This will give you the bottom line of your wing. You can leave the wing like this, it gives a very natural look which still defines your eyes. OR you can move on to step 4.

Step 4:-


Here you begin to thicken the base as per your liking. You can do this by drawing layers one above the other.

And TADA! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ†πŸŽŠ You are done! This technique makes it easier to get those wings to look even as you are following your waterline and not your eyebrows.


You are now a happy person with an easy to follow eyeliner tutorial! πŸ˜‰

I hope you found this tutorial helpful! If you did, do click the like button and follow the blog. I am a new blogger and constantly trying to make this site better, so if you have any constructive feedback feel free to put it in the comment section below! Your comments and suggestions will help me improve this blog!

Thank you so much for taking time out to read, I really appreciate it πŸ’




  1. Hi! I’m so glad someone set out to address the issue of winged liner. I feel like it’s mostly luck when I get it right! You have a lovely blog, I look forward to reading more from you. Cheers!


        1. Yeah that’s true. The only reason I am jealous of Delhiets is that they have Sarojini Nagar! Ughhh! How I wish we had that here! 😞


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